Wolfgang amadeus mozart - concertos pour instruments à vent


An elderly Antonio Salieri ( F. Murray Abraham ) confesses to the murder of his former colleague, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ( Tom Hulce ) and attempts to kill himself by slitting his throat. Two servants take him to a mental asylum where a priest, Father Vogler ( Richard Frank ), implores him to confess.

Mozart wrote more than 600 musical works, all of the very highest quality. His works include the operas The Marriage of Figaro , Don Giovanni , Cosi fan tutte and The Magic Flute ; the symphonies in E-flat major, G minor, and C major ("Jupiter"); concertos for piano , violin , and various wind instruments; and numerous chamber pieces , works for the church, minuets and other dances, songs, and the Requiem . Along with Bach and Beethoven, Mozart is regarded as one of the greatest composers who has ever lived.

The boy’s early talent for music was remarkable. At three he was picking out chords on the harpsichord, at four playing short pieces, at five composing. There are anecdotes about his precise memory of pitch, about his scribbling a concerto at the age of five, and about his gentleness and sensitivity (he was afraid of the trumpet). Just before he was six, his father took him and Nannerl, also highly talented, to Munich to play at the Bavarian court, and a few months later they went to Vienna and were heard at the imperial court and in noble houses.


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